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Climate change, decarbonisation the key drivers of money flows

Capital markets will reward clean and green companies with higher share prices, says S'pore-based Christopher Lees

J O Hambro Capital Management fund manager Christopher Lees says markets are beginning to penalise companies that still pollute and fill our oceans with plastic.
J O Hambro Capital Management fund manager Christopher Lees says markets are beginning to penalise companies that still pollute and fill our oceans with plastic.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

Professional investor Christopher Lees thinks the next decade will be an exciting one with opportunities around major themes such as multi-polarity, climate change, 5G and localisation.

Singapore-based Mr Lees is a senior fund manager for global and Europe, Australasia and Far East strategies at British active asset manager J O Hambro Capital Management.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 16, 2020, with the headline 'Climate change, decarbonisation the key drivers of money flows'. Subscribe